hey i have a question about a limit problem. i tried putting values less than 0 i.e. .1, .01, .001...and so on but it didnt seem to work...help? lim as x-->theta of theta/tan(4theta) thanks...
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Originally Posted by mer1988 hey i have a question about a limit problem. i tried putting values less than 0 i.e. .1, .01, .001...and so on but it didnt seem to work...help? lim as x-->theta of theta/tan(4theta) thanks... Be sure you are in radians. So what do you think it is?
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker Be sure you are in radians. So what do you think it is? those are the outcomes for the values less than zero and the other thing is like a limit def. or something
Originally Posted by mer1988 hey i have a question about a limit problem. i tried putting values less than 0 i.e. .1, .01, .001...and so on but it didnt seem to work...help? lim as x-->theta of theta/tan(4theta) thanks... Try this: Change the variable to . Then as . Thus Does this help? -Dan
Originally Posted by topsquark Try this: Change the variable to . Then as . Thus Does this help? Is not necessary to set a change of variable Then it's done...
Originally Posted by Krizalid Is not necessary to set a change of variable Then it's done... (snort!) I always do things the hard way... -Dan
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